2013 is going to be another great year to be a homeowner. Here are 13 reasons why you should buy a home in 2013.
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The Fed announced the details of its newly updated changes to the Home Affordable Refinance Program which we mortgage folk have dubbed HARP 2.0. The kicker is who will qualify for modifications and who will not qualify?
Is it better to rent or buy? This article outlines the cost obligations and benefits of both prospective renters and buyers so an informed housing decision can be made.
Bond markets are opening down this morning as equities rally around the world. Some of the key economic releases for the week include today’s July ISM manufacturing report, tomorrow’s pending home sales and Friday’s July unemployment report. Both Bernanke and Geithner will be speaking today.
Quicken Loans mortgage news. “It's a buyer's market! Buy now and get the first time home buyer tax credit! Best time to buy a home, EVER!” Over the past few months you've heard the buzz circulating. So what's fueling this push to buy a home? What makes this the best time ever? Here, let's go over the top reasons to buy a home now.
Investing in real estate property is a good way to increase your cash flow. But where do you come up with the money to finance the purchase?
Owning a home doesn't have to be a challenging task for those whose incomes are less than modest. Many lenders offer loans with cheaper pricing, more aggressive approvals and relaxed income restrictions.
Long-term interest rates are near historic lows, making it a good time for investors to refinance your investment property. You can increase the equity in your investment property by remodeling or you can convert the equity into cash to invest in additional properties.
Saving for retirement isn't easy and many people won't have enough saved by the time they reach retirement age. But there are things you can do to help ensure your financial stability in the future.
Do you think that paying principal on your mortgage is the only way to build equity? Do you think that if you have an interest-only loan, you're not building equity? Think again. There are other ways to do this.